The Natural History Museum Grigore Antipa is opening its doors on September 4th for children aged 6 to 12 who would like to spend the night in the company of the Triassic creatures.
Children will get to tour the museum, see various documentaries on animal life and afterwards sleep next to the Deinotherium gigantissimum, the 4.5 meters tall and 3.5 meters long skeleton on display in the museum’s hall.
The activity starts at 21.00 and parents are expected to pick their children up the following day at 8.30. Twenty places are available and registrations can be made at [email protected] or at +40213 056 031. Fees range from RON 200 per child to RON 300 for two siblings and RON 400 for three siblings.
Photo source: Antipa Museum Facebook page